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Should I ask the court to cancel a section 7

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17 Sep 12 #356388 by pgs1975
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During a Directions hearing my ex''s solicitor put an email from the childrens school suggesting that the children should stay with their mother. Amongst other allegations this moved us to getting a section 7 done.

I have since spoke to the school and they have clarified their position. Apologising for issuing the email and now stating thier impartiality. During this conversation the teacher in question told us she was pushed to send it by my ex (who works as a volunteer at the school).

There are really no big welfare issues but as above my ex will go to many lengths to stop the childrens contact with their father from increasing and has requested it is reduced.

The question now is can I write to the court and ask them if the above document lead them to a section 7, that this decision be reviewed and that we simply have a hearing ?

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17 Sep 12 #356389 by ffc1991
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I think once a section 7 has been ordered there really isn''t much you can do. If she''s made false allegations she will be found out and in the long run will only go against her.

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17 Sep 12 #356393 by MrsMathsisfun
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Have you written evidence from the school stating they have withdrawn the statement and the reasons why.

If not I would get one to show what your ex has attempted to do.

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17 Sep 12 #356398 by pgs1975
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They have written statements saying that the letters were issued following conversations with Mrs Stewart. That both parents work closely with the school. That they remain impartial and that the children are doing well at school.

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